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  • McGiord
    Apr 9, 07:11 PM
    Official Google answer.

    Is this MacRumors or GoogleRumors?

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  • Eldiablojoe
    May 6, 01:56 PM
    I would prefer not to be separated from my beloved wife. I don't really trust some of you who possess less than honorable intentions.

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 7, 10:26 AM

    Unfortunately, most posters here think Apple always acts in the best interests of its customers. Kind of cute, actually.

    And unfortunately, some posters here have no business sense and always cry foul every time Apple does something smart. Or, they automatically think there's some "evil plan" behind their moves. :rolleyes:

    It is silly on both sides.

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  • ehoui
    May 6, 11:35 AM
    Tell you what ..... you go and find 20 kids in grade 3 or 4. Teach 10 of them how to multiply 3 13/16" by 3, and then teach the other 10 how to multiply 96.8 by 3. Then see how many from each group decide to take up social work, or teaching history, becoming a ski instructor as a profession :D.

    No, that's not how it works -- YOU are supposed to do that to support your argument, not me :-). Anyway, I understand what you are saying, but I respectfully disagree because I think there are more important factors (for which there are studies). Cheers!

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  • badcrumble
    Mar 30, 08:10 PM
    The new iCal is hideous. This "metaphor" crap is awful, and reeks of Mac OS 9. Make things look sleek and modern like the new Mail app, please.

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  • ntg
    Aug 7, 05:08 PM
    The power supply is on top like the rumor sites said it would be. This seems like a stupid design decision to me. The power cord will hang over everything else. They probably did it out of necessity, but my dual G5 is still prettier.

    simple, really - heat rises...;)

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  • nagromme
    Apr 25, 09:12 AM
    I want a Steve Jobs Magic 8 Ball.

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  • ChickenSwartz
    Aug 11, 10:00 AM
    question: are the CPUs in the macbook socketed or soldered?

    could i buy my own Core 2 Duo chip and drop it in there at a later date?

    i don't really care about the mhz increase, but the Core 2 Duo line does seem to be a little cooler at idle...

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  • Applejuiced
    Mar 26, 11:38 PM
    No, they come out with new phones every WEEK, and you actually mean "cheaper and ********". This is not coming from a fanboy, I own and use daily an android device.

    I would very highly doubt if they actually delayed the release. Techcrunch doesn't have an amazing track record, if I remember right.

    True, they got tons of them comming out.
    They might be cheaper but some of them do have better hardware specs but when it comes to the OS and the way it runs everything they sure are crappy and cant compete with the iOS.

    I'm going to laugh at all those who say iOS 5 wont be delayed when it actually will be :rolleyes:

    I give it by July there will be a new ios out and a new iphone.
    Just my guess judging by the last 4 years but we will see how it goes.
    Nobody really knows.

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  • Mr. Wonderful
    Apr 23, 06:37 PM
    Personally, I would just love a higher DPI option for Macs.

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  • bedifferent
    Mar 31, 09:43 AM
    You are mixing up badly. That example shows that humans who can read, are trained to rely on what they read almost blindly rather than identifying a color. This means, Apples choice of making the icons grey makes it indeed easier to recognize as there is one less distraction. An even stronger conclusion would be: Leave the icons away completely, because reading is much faster.

    Icons were useful in the 1990s, when the number of pixels on the screen was small. Nowadays, just use text, it is way better. Look at websites, icons are used very sparsely. Text is the way to go.

    Hmmm perhaps I misinterpretted it (which is embarrassing as I was a psychobiology major lol). I know my mistake now. The full study demonstrated that for individuals who are more visually oriented (rely upon visual cues as opposed to verbal and mathematical) they process the color and not the word more readily. That's what I get for a quick reference to Wiki lol.

    So I suppose it depends on each individual and their inherent (whether natural or nurtured) ability to process that information. Personally I test off the charts for spatial reasoning (and my math sucks lol) so I respond faster and more efficiently to reasonably colored graphical cues. For those who don't the grey is great, just give us a choice! Lol

    I'm sure CandyBar will be updated for Lion theming. I have a folder with all the finder etc icons I use for apps and system icons (even icons for the System Prefence pane such as the newer display icon)including a black glass dock and icons with simple yet detailed in colors of blue, black, white, etc that I simply drag and drop into their respective resources folder. I even made color replacements for the Finder sidebar in the various three sizes (16, 18 and 32 for small, medium and large) yet in every resource folder for sidebar system icons I find nothing has changed. Oh well. It was fun to learn some new underpinnings of Lion.


    So where exactly did I personally insult you?

    Perhaps I misread your tone. Since comments between others on MacRumors almost always become increasingly personal and hostile I may have read your comment with a condescending tone (although the "lol" above isn't helping ;) ). If that wasn't the case then I sincerely apologize :)

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  • asdf542
    Mar 30, 11:19 PM
    Application Launcher is horrendous. Moving an app each icon at a time, and restarting after command+alt+control deleting applications brings them back. If you could command+click on more than one app to arrange them, that's an improvement. Beyond that, it's an implementation that makes more sense on a multi-touch iOS device than a desktop OS. FAIL

    Mission Control - I agree, an improvement. A bit buggy, but it is convenient to see Expos�/Spaces/Desktops unified (although I loathe the 2-dimensial/linear "Spaces" implementation, "Snow Leopard" had it right. An iOS Springboard "Spaces" on a desktop system is counterintuitive Mr Jobs, especially for those who use spaces on a projector for demonstrating different desktops quickly in lectures, presentations, etc.This is beta/unfinished software. What the hell do you expect?

    As for the rest, applications such as "MacPilot" already have the ability to utilize those functions (and ad-hoc AirDrop is interesting but unless you are with another nearby Lion system and both are present to "accept" a transfer, it seems rather meh).'MacPilot' is a mess of multiple functions that do not replicate native API's that are always enabled for use. Wow you have to click accept? Good. Why would you want the possibility of a bunch of random garbage sent to you without your consent?

    The lack of color in the system icons is god awful. Color graphics are much more easily identified than a scaled down grey icon.

    Stroop effect (

    This is very relevant in working as it distracts and takes longer to identify aspects that lose inherent and easily characterized qualities. If there isn't an option for this in the GM/Commercial build there better be a patch ala iTunes.rsrc to bring back sidebar color icons.

    Cool story bro, I was never talking about the actual UI elements.

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  • BRLawyer
    Nov 27, 03:29 PM
    It is always so refreshing to meet someone who knows more about your business than you do. I was going to respond to this, but have decided to just accept you do not like tablets, and nothing is going to change your mind. :mad:

    Nope. Tablets are indeed interesting, and I am sure Apple would do a great job at relaunching them...I just think there is no real market for them, as they are just squeezed between powerful notes and powerful PDAs/cellphones...not to mention that handwriting recognition is still NOT up to par.

    Besides, most mock-ups here show a rather enhanced iPod, than a REAL this means most people want/need only a grown-up PDA, instead of a tablet as such...and I couldn't agree more.

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  • Nuvi
    May 7, 04:46 PM
    Only if you choose to "sync" your data in the preferences as was stated before in this thread so in fact iDisk out of the box does "not" work like Drop Box. I think WebDAV may be a speed culprit as well but if anyone knows of a blazing fast WebDAV service chime in.

    I would say thats bit trivial since if you don't need to watch for amount data transfer the logical choice is "Automatic". If you pay for according to transfer or if there are limitations on it (tethering with some service providers etc.) you would then be better off with the "Manual" option. In any case you are always working with local files which are sitting in you local HD. Even if you have chosen "Manual" and then sync the transfer happens in the background. Anyway, you're correct that WebDAV is what really sets these apart (and not in the good way from Apple's perspective). Also I'm betting my money on low number of data centers and lack of spread (due to global variations in transfer speeds).

    What actually worries me is the quality of service if Apple decides to make MobilMe a free service. In its current form iDisk is far from being snappy™ but what happens when the masses start rolling in? One gigantic data center means very little in global perspective. You need wide spread of them all around the world if you want to offer free and reliable cloud services. Just looking at Google data centers in 2008 gives good idea what was required back then... I'm well aware that Google is a different kind of beast but it's a beast with good access and response.

    Google data centers in 2008:

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  • Blacklabel34
    Apr 5, 07:01 PM
    soooo weakk...I hope Toyota doesn't give in. (Most likely will *sigh*)

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  • Westside guy
    Mar 30, 07:20 PM
    Why would people be rooting for the main features to be visual updates? Why would you even pay for that?

    Now full-disk encryption - THAT is a nice (and useful) new feature!

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  • CiBoys
    Aug 5, 12:33 AM
    It's not the AI PowerBook, it's the Al PowerBook. Big A little l, as in the chemical symbol for Aluminium. It replaced the one we call the TiBook or Titanium PowerBook.

    They may change the look, they may not. Doesn't make it a bad computer - it's a dead-set ripper of a computer. Why are you so worried about how it looks?

    it was a typo sir.. i know my elements :)

    is kind of nice to have a newer look to if im getting another "Powerbook/MPB" i got my when i came to college and now i'm about to graduate, so getting totally different looking one would be nice. If not i'll just get an iMac. is time for me to get a new Mac any ways and i dont knw if i can wait till MW-Paris. btw is that near the end of september?

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  • Peace
    Sep 11, 04:13 PM will be providing coverage also.

    Nov 26, 11:02 PM
    The PSP is the closest I have seen to the right device. Again add a slide out keyboard and I might buy.

    I think the PSP is just a little too squint-inducing. I like the 6 inch screen form factor of the Sony Reader, but rotated landscape (e.g., something on the order of 7 in. x 4.5 in., with a little more frame on the bottom). Something vaguely like this in form factor (this is just a photoshopped iPod with a photoshopped MacBook Pro screen, intended to show aspect ratio).

    Something comparable to this (, but with a native res of 1024x600 (are there TFTs that size and res?), replace the hd with flash, and much cheaper (which means at least 2-3 years from now).

    [Edit: added a photoshop where I overlayed this image over the Sony Reader ad to show scale against a hand. I was too lazy to get rid of the junk around the border from the original iPod ad. I found an existing UMPC that had similar specs, but was much more expensive than I think would be ideal, so removed some of the UMPC comments and added link.]

    May 7, 01:06 PM
    Honestly, I am about to not renew. It's just not that useful. The only thing I would keep it for is the online idisk, and with dropbox or novadrive coming up with better and cheaper alternatives, I see no reason to continue to use it. However, if Apple makes it free, then they can use that as another feature of their products in general. They could sell the idisk storage, or give away 5 gigs or something, like drop box does.

    Exactly how I feel about it. Google Docs does the same thing for free, and if you need extra storage, you can get four TIMES the storage for less annually than a mobileme subscription.

    I'll keep it free. Otherwise come the renewal I'm gone.

    Apr 18, 03:54 PM
    Revenues are equal to zero if not associated with costs. Give us the profit figures. :D

    From Wikipedia:

    Samsung: Net income US$ 8.33 billion (2009)
    Apple: Profit US$ 14.01 billion (FY 2010)

    Apple's profits are higher but that's because they spend about $8 billion less on R&D than Samsung ;)

    May 6, 05:16 AM
    That came out of the blue. Running current applications on the next Rosetta would probably mean a negligible loss in speed. It does not matter, as native software will be iOS based and there is a thriving market for those already.

    It all brings back memories of the PPC days. Apple must be confident about their ability to keep up with advancements by Intel and AMD. Considering the pace the iPad and iPhone processors have been getting upgraded I would guess that they can do it.

    Aug 11, 10:27 AM
    Quad Xeons in the MacBook Pro, pretty please. After all, it is Apple's professional notebook line.

    Hehe, that's the funniest thing I've read this week :p :D

    Hopefully we'll see the MBP hit 2.33 GHz and the iMac get the 2.4 GHz Conroe.

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